United States Reusable Tote Bags
Going Green? Try our Reusable Grocery Totes by State!
Reusing canvas grocery bags can be very effective in preventing plastic bag waste, as well as reducing the amount of trees lumbered for paper bags.
Here you'll find some cool totes featuring different states around the USA, from California to Massachusetts, New York to Colorado. All 50 states are included here, listed alphabetically! Find more cool totes in our reusable bag store, EcoGreenBags!
Alaskan Buck Reusable Tote Bag
Go Green Hawaii!
You can custom create products with your home town, your name, your niece's name, your friend's home town, a message, anything! Tell us what you want by contacting us and requesting what bag you would like, as well as what you would like it to say, then we'll send you a link to the product!
They Save Money!
Not only will you be doing a great thing for the environment by switching to reusable bags, but most grocery stores will offer a credit for every bag you bring of your own. Be sure to ask if they don't offer it!
Maine Moose Reusable Tote
Go Green North Carolina!
Help out even more!
You can help out the environment even more by purchasing the reusable bag of the month from our store. Every month, we choose a green charity to donate partial proceeds to on a selected bag.
Plastic Bags = Toxic
Plastic bags break apart, but they don't break down. The plastic gets smaller and smaller, infiltrating the waterways, drinking water, and soil. This affects not only people, but wildlife as well. Switching to reusable bags will lessen the chance of this harmful act from occurring.
Easy to Remember!
Here's the site:
Green Living Tips
can be found on our blog, GreenTipsBlog.com. It's not hard to go green! Find out how to recycle everything from pizza boxes to cellphones, and what else you can do to make more of a positive impact on your environment.
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